Jane Goodall

Dr. Jane Goodall is the celebrated English ethologist who has revolutionized science since 1960 with her captivating discoveries about the behavior of wild chimpanzees in Gombe, Tanzania.

Throughout her life, Dr. Goodall has worked tirelessly to foster empathy for chimpanzees and other species, bolster their protection and that of their ecosystems, and promote a sustainable lifestyle in societies. As a result, she is considered one of the most impactful women scientists of the 20th century and one of the most prominent environmental activists of the 21st century.

Currently, at the age of 89, the inspirational Dr. Jane Goodall continues to work towards instilling hope and turning it into action, with the aim of creating a better future for people, other animals, and ecosystems.